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Adrian Gonzalez is not going anywhere

Jan 4, 2010, 9:00 AM EDT

Padres’ General Manager Jed Hoyer on the incessant Adrian Gonzalez speculation:

“There’s certainly been a lot of interest. A number of teams have
inquired about him. I think we’re obviously willing to listen on
anything, but he’s a great player, he fits our team, he fits our
payroll structure very well. So he’s certainly not a player
we’re looking to move. I think that’s been the way we’ve addressed it
all winter. Teams have inquired, but we’ve certainly said the same
thing over and over: He’s not a player we’re looking to move.”

Not that this will stop Red Sox fans from assuming that Hoyer is duty bound to trade his best player to Boston.

  1. Arendell - Jan 4, 2010 at 10:43 AM

    Jed!! For the good of your team and fans. Do not trade A-Gon to anyone!! He put fans in the stands. If he want to go, that is a different story.
    But he is playing a dream (S.D. native). And so so few of us ever get to do this. He will stay for a long long time. And it will be worth it for all who are in San Diego.
    PS. I am a big big Red Sox fan.
    Also I want to see good player all over BB.
    More fun this way!!!

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